Bob Dylan – Atlantic City, NJ (08/16/08)

Bob Dylan
Atlantic City,NJ.
Event Center

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Recording by Jonathan

Schoeps CMC-6/MK-4—->Sound DEvices 722

Disc 1

1) Into
2) Watching the river flow
3) Mr. tamboring man
4) Things have changed
5) Mississippi
6) You go your way (and i’ll go mine)
7) Hollis brown
8) Make you feel my love
9) Tweedle dee & tweedle dum

Disc 2

1) Visions of johanna
2) Honest with me
3) Lenny bruce
4) I don’t believe you
5) Highway 61 revisited
6) Ain’t talkin’
7) Thunder on the mountain
8) Audience
9) Like a rolling stone
10) All along the watchtower

Neil Young – Atlantic City, NJ (12/06/12)

Neil Young
2012-12-06 Borgata Hotel Casino & Spa
Atlantic City, New Jersey, USA
Hurricane Sandy Benefit
w/ Crazy Horse

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source : schoeps mk-4 > actives > nbox+ > sony pcm-m10 > 24/96 wav >
adobe audition > ozone 5 > korg aqua > xACT 2.20 > flac 16
taper : edtyre
location : vip ga – 15 feet from left stack

Love And Only Love
Born In Ontario
Walk Like A Giant
The Needle And The Damage Done
Twisted Road
Singer Without A Song
Ramada Inn
Cinnamon Girl
Mr. Soul
Rocking In The Free World
Hey Hey, My My (Into The Black)
Like A Hurricane

Bob Dylan – East Rutherford, NJ (07/21/86)

Bob Dylan, 7/21/86,
Meadowlands Brendan T Bryne Sports Arena,
East Rutherford, New Jersey

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LB 385


aud master,
very good to excellent sound


1 Unchain My Heart (James Freddy/Agnes Jones)
2 Positively 4th Street
3 Clean-Cut Kid
4 I’ll Remember You
5 Shot Of Love
6 We Had It All (Donny Frittis/Troy Seals)
7 Masters Of War
8 Straight Into Darkness (Petty)
9 Think About Me (Petty)
10 short silent track


1 silent track
2 The Waiting (Petty)
3 Breakdown (Petty)
4 The Times They Are A-Changin’
5 One Too Many Mornings
6 A Hard Rain’s A-Gonna Fall
7 I Forgot More Than You’ll Ever Know (Cecil A Null)


1 Band Of The Hand
2 When The Night Comes Falling From The Sky
3 Lonesome Town (Baker Knight)
4 Ballad Of A Thin Man
5 Forget About Me (Petty)
6 Spike (Petty)
7 Don’t Do Me Like That (Petty)

  • Refugee (Petty)


1 Rainy Day Women Nos. 12 & 35
2 I Dreamed I Saw St. Augustine
3 Seeing The Real You At Last
4 Across The Borderline (Cooder/Hiatt/Dickinson)
5 I And I
6 Happy Birthday (Trad)
7 Like A Rolling Stone
8 In The Garden
9 Blowin’ In The Wind
10 Union Sundown
11 Knockin’ On Heaven’s Door

Bob Dylan – Asbury Park, NJ (08/13/08)

Bob Dylan
Convention Hall
Asbury Park, New Jersey
August 13, 2008

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Disc 1:

  1. introduction
  2. Rainy Day Women #12 & 35
  3. It Ain’t Me, Babe
  4. Rollin’ And Tumblin’
  5. Spirit On The Water
  6. High Water (For Charley Patton)
  7. Tryin’ To Get To Heaven
  8. Honest With Me
  9. Tangled Up In Blue
  10. It’s Alright, Ma (I’m Only Bleeding)
  11. Beyond The Horizon
  12. Highway 61 Revisited

Disc 2:

  1. Nettie Moore
  2. Summer Days
  3. Ain’t Talkin’
  4. Like A Rolling Stone
  5. band introduction
  6. Thunder On The Mountain
  7. Blowin’ In The Wind

Band Members
Bob Dylan – vocals, keyboard, harp
Denny Freeman – lead guitar
Donnie Herron – violin, viola, banjo, mandolin, steel guitar
Stu Kimball – rhythm guitar
George Recile – drums
Tony Garnier – bass

source: soomlos
neumann km140’s > lunatec v3 > m-audio mt1 (24/48)

Bob Dylan – Holmdel, NJ (07/13/91)

Bob Dylan
Garden State Arts Center
Holmdel, New Jersey
13 July 1991

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Stereo audience recording

Disc One
1 New Morning
2 Simple Twist Of Fate
3 All Along The Watchtower
4 Shelter From The Storm
5 Gotta Serve Somebody
6 Wiggle Wiggle
7 I’ll Be Your Baby Tonight
8 When I Paint My Masterpiece
9 Two Soldiers (Trad)
10 Girl Of The North Country

Disc Two
1 Don’t Think Twice, It’s All Right
2 Bob Dylan’s Dream
3 Folsom Prison Blues (J Cash)
4 Everything Is Broken
5 I Believe In You
6 Highway 61 Revisited
7 What Good Am I ?
8 Ballad Of A Thin Man

Bob Dylan band:
Ian Wallace Drums
J J Jackson Guitars
Tony Garnier Bass

Tom Waits – Princeton, NJ (04/16/76)

Tom Waits
Princeton University

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AUD – M.R. archive – FLAC

This is another one of the rare shows that you often hear about but never find anywhere.
(courtesy of M.R. archive) ;O)
Thank you very much to my good friend Mauro Verona for sharing this gem. )

Quality : B

Lineage : Source: Audience Recording > unknown generation cassette
Wav > WavePad Sound Editor > Flac

Setlist :

  1. Emotional Weather Report
  2. Eggs And Sausage
  3. Depot Depot
  4. San Diego Serenade
  5. Spare Parts I
  6. Semi Suite
  7. New Coat Of Paint
  8. The Ghost Of Saturday Night
  9. Cupid
  10. The Heart Of Saturday Night
  11. Diamonds On My Windshield
  12. Putman County
  13. Ol’ ’55

Van Morrison – Holmdel, NJ (09/01/90)

Van Morrison
Garden State Arts Center
Holmdel, NJ

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Original recording:
Sony clip-on stereo mic clipped to front of painter’s cap > Sony D6 cassette (FOB center, on Sony Metal SR 100 minute tape, Dolby C on)

Cassette Transfer:
My master cassette > Nakamichi Dragon (Dolby C decode, auto azimuth adjust) > Sound Devices 722 (@24/96)

Soundforge Pro 13.0 – All file manipulation in Soundforge done at 24 bits. File processed in Soundforge for clap/whistle/yell scrubbing; volume normalization. Tracked in CDWav. Tagged in Tag&Rename 3.9.15

Cassette Side A
Georgie Fame and the band without Van

  1. Parchman’s Farm
  2. Yeh Yeh
  3. Ain’t It Funny How Time Slips Away
  4. So Complicated
  5. Celtic Swing
  6. I Will Be There
  7. Cleaning Windows
  8. Orangefield
  9. Tore Down A La Rimbaud
  10. Warm Love
  11. Have I Told You Lately
  12. Whenever God Shines His Light
  13. These Are The Days

Cassette Side B

  1. She Gives Me Religion
  2. Beautiful Vision
  3. Dweller On The Threshold
  4. Sweet Thing
  5. Northern Muse (Solid Ground) / Auld Lang Syne / When The Heart Is Open
  6. Summertime In England / A Town Called Paradise
  7. encore break
  8. Star Of The County Down
  9. Full Force Gale
  10. Gloria

The band:
Georgie Fame – organ and vocals
Richie Buckley – tenor saxophone
Dave Early – drums
Brian Odgers – bass
Steve Gregory – saxophone
Bernie Holland – guitar
Neil Drinkwater – keyboards

I hand scrubbed over 300 individual claps, whistles, yells, and on-stage feedback from this recording for all of our enjoyment.

Recorded, transferred (8/17/2013), tracked (8/19/2019), mastered (2/7-20/2020), and posted (2/21/2020) by Scott Bernstein

Taper notes:
For BARN211, I’m bringing things back to one of my favorite all-time musicians and live performers — Van Morrison. While I have previously posted my all-time favorite show of his as BARN166 way back in 2015 (nearly 5 years back), I figured it was time for me to put out another one. This one represents the first time I ever saw him perform live — at my local amphitheater at the time — the Garden State Arts Center in Holmdel, NJ. At the time I wasn’t really prepared for what I was about to witness — Van is one of those performers who reinterprets his music as he sees fit, and the fans can’t come to a show expecting to hear music as it was recorded on the album.

In this timeframe, Van’s show was a bit more jazzy, and you could expect jazzier interpretations of his songs. He didn’t perform any of his “hits” (other than “Gloria” — his hit from 1964 when he was in the band Them, in the encore), and a 4 songs in the setlist (“Whenever God Shines His Light”, “These Are The Days”, “Orangefield”, “Have I Told You Lately”) are from his then-current album “Avalon Sunset” — and “Have I Told You Lately” would go on to become a big hit for Rod Stewart when he covered it a few years later. The rest are pulled from all corners of his catalog, but his genius is in evidence here during a magical 11+ minute version of “Sweet Thing” from his classic album Astral Weeks and a sublime nearly 9 minute version of “Summertime In England” (from his semi-obscure 1980 “Common One” album), representing 20 minutes of the back half of the set — both notable because every other song falls squarely in the 2-4 minute range. “Star Of The County Down” (which has a totally different sound and feel from the rest of the show) comes from his 1988 album of traditional Irish folk songs recorded with The Chieftans.

This version of his band was anchored by the presence of organist (and vocalist) Georgie Fame, and the format of all of his shows at the time was that Georgie and the rest of the band would be the “warm up” act for Van, performing a few songs without Van to warm up the crowd and the band (Georgie hilarously comments at the end of his set “That’s the warm-up and it obviously had no effect at all!”), and then inviting Van on stage. Those 3 “opening act” songs are presented here at the beginning of the recording. One of opening songs — “Yeh Yeh” was a top-10 hit in England for Georgie in 1964. You’ll hear Georgie’s voice featured promintently on this recording harmonizing and backing Van throughout.

It’s very interesting to note that it’s clear that Van didn’t work from a setlist — if you listen closely you can actually hear him calling out each and every song to the band as the previous song is finishing.

One more interesting note about this show — I did a little Googling of the bassist from this show – Brian Odgers, who was not typically one of Van’s bassists that I’d heard of before, played with Van only in the years 1989-1990 (by 1991 he had Nicky Scott playing bass, and he played with Van straight through 1999 and then again in 2002 and 2004). Anyway, Brian has a storied bass-playing career — to start off, he played on Elton John’s “Madman Across The Water” in 1971; he also played on Lou Reed’s self-titled 1972 album, Roger Daltry’s 1977 album “One Of The Boys”, and John McLaughlin’s 1969 album “Extrapolation” before joining Van around this time to tour and record Enlightenment.

The source of this recording is an old cassette of mine, with an inferior clip-on mic and I’ve spent a couple of weeks giving it a polish with a proper transfer, meticulously scrubbing out over 300 claps/yells/whistles (and even some bursts of onstage feedback), smoothing out some volume inconsistencies on the master tape, and a nice EQ. This is a massive upgrade over my original recording, and this is my first attempt to circulate my 30 year old master.

Neil Young – Holmdel, NJ (06/25/92)

Neil Young (solo)
Garden State Arts Center
Holmdel, NJ
June 25, 1992

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Source: Aud DAT Master > CDR
Recording: Sonic Studios DSM-3 > Sony TCD-D3 DAT
25th row, right center

Transfer: Sony R500 > HHB CDR-850
Tracked and mastered in Audacity

Long May You Run
Unknown Legend
Comes A Time
Dance, Dance, Dance
Love Is A Rose
From Hank To Hendrix
The Needle And The Damage Done
Tonight’s The Night
Old Man
This Note’s For You
Like A Hurricane
Cripple Creek Ferry
Old King
Such A Woman
Heart Of Gold
Don’t Let It Bring You Down
Sugar Mountain
encore break
On The Way Home
After The Goldrush

Peter Gabriel – Union, NJ (10/09/78)

Peter Gabriel
Wilkins Theatre, Kean University, Union, NJ

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Quality * B+

1.1 Peter Talking
1.2 Me And My Teddy Bear
1.3 On Presuming To Be Modern
1.4 On The Air
1.5 Moribund The Burgermeister
1.6 Perspective
1.7 Humdrum
1.8 A Wonderful Day In A One Way World
1.9 White Shadow
1.10 D.I.Y.
1.11 Waiting For The Big One
2.2 Mother Of Violence
2.3 The New One
2.4 Flotsam And Jetsam
2.5 Slowburn
2.6 I Don’t Remember
2.7 Solsbury Hill
2.8 Modern Love
2.9 The Lamb Lies Down On Broadway

The Band – Camden, NJ (09/23/90)

the band
cooper river be-in
camden nj usa
sept 23 1990

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levon helm-drums/vox
rick danko-bass/vox
garth hudson-organ/sax/accordian
jim weider-guitar
stan szelest-piano
randy ciarlante-drums
sredi vollmer-harmonica


01.deep feeling
02.i finally got you
03.stage fright
04.caledonia makes no difference
06.high price of love
07.mystery train
09.little red rooster
10.rag mamma rag
11.when i get my rewards
12.the shape i’m in
13.up on cripple creek
14.blues stay away from me

audience master. A